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Dec 28, 2012 8:00am EST
karenina," the film also stars jude law and hits theaters around the country this weekend, so now a scene from "anna karenina." tavis: ah-ha. >> here is an end to living in corners. >> we can be together. >> how can we? do you think my husband will make a present of me? >> run away. >> i would never see my son again. the laws are made by husbands and fathers. >> i will never forgive myself for your unhappiness. >> the happiest? i am like a starving beggar who has been given food. i am happy. no. this is my happiness. another period piece. >> another period piece. hair and big dress, yeah. tavis: yeah. all right, so let us explore this, shall we? >> yes. tavis: what is the -- i heard at a script and you say "interesting role, i want to do this." >> yeah. tavis: but there must be something here that draws you to -- >> to back then. tavis: yeah >> i think it is the element of fantasy, actually. i think it is the fact that you can kind of -- you leave everything you know behind you. you leave yourself, you leave your society, you leave your country, and you just connect with it on a totally e
Jan 1, 2013 8:00am EST
to better film? i'm not sure i believe that. >> yeah, who knows? i don't know the law, the kind of law of quantity and quality, but i think the opportunity of people being able to express themselves and to have the means of production is a great thing. it's also changing how we're telling stories. the serialization through the internet or through digital portals, means of ways of communicating, and i think that's great. i think the form, the hollywood movie, i think the quality is obviously always going to be there and i think that the question of taste, there's always a question of taste. tavis: right. >> but it's really an exciting time for storytellers and for people to get their story out. so that's kind of cool, whether we like it or not. tavis: yeah, i accept that. let me ask a personal question. i wonder if this technology had been available to you at the start of your now three-decade career as an actor, whether or not you might have made different choices, whether or not you might have jumped behind the camera before you did. how might this technology, had it been around 30 ye
Dec 26, 2012 2:30pm PST
the connecticut massacre still raw, spencer michels looks at a california law that aims to head off such violence. >> reporter: though no one knows the diagnosis of the perpetrator of the shootings in newtown, the killings have raised once again the issue of forcing the mentallyl
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